If one city deserves mention for its beauty and allure to travelers after remaining unscathed for over one thousand years by war, communism and natural disasters, then Prague should certainly be found on top of this list. After breaking the chains of communism, Prague still remains under the radar for travelers, which can definitely captivate the hearts of many with its charm. A city rich of history with popular historical sites to visit like Prague Castle, Charles Bridge or the Astronomical Clock, Prague also offers recreational activities for all ages to enjoy as there are plenty of restaurants, parks, shops, pubs and festivals. The combination of Gothic and Modern architecture as you walk along the cobblestone streets offers a feel of old and new, as Czechs have moved on since the Velvet Revolution into the contemporary world filled with freedom and expressionism. Although the city can be very busy in the summer months, Prague remains relatively cheap for tourists. And don’t forget the beer, or else you will disappoint the biggest consumers of beer in the world!
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